Red Dead Online's latest news release date
Red Dead Redemption 2 is the latest AAA game to push the limits of what the PS4 and Xbox One consoles can achieve.
Both are fun to see and easy to run on all consoles, the only disadvantage is the size of the installation of a large game.
It takes a lot of hard drive space, and RDR2 can be expanded to a larger size in the near future.
Although there are many activities that can distract you from the main search line, the biggest one will be released later this month.
PS4 and Xbox One players will soon get new content from Rockstar Games for free.
This will come in the form of a beta of Red Dead Online, the next major multiplayer project from the creator of GTA Online.
The new mode will use single-player as a template to help build a unique online playing experience.
This will take a signal from GTA Online but it is also set to offer its own unique style, based around the slower speed of Red Dead Redemption 2.
So when did Red Dead Online appear on PS4 and Xbox One?
Rockstar Games plans to bring a huge new online experience to Red Dead Redemption 2 in November 2018.
A new online beta has been announced for the end of this month, with many expecting it to air during the last week of November.
Take-Two Interactive's parent company has explained that Red Dead Online will not be available until the end of this month, though, no release date has been announced.
Take-Two Interactive's Strauss Zelnick provides more information about the Red Dead Redemption 2 release date when there was a recent revenue call:
"It's too early to talk about Red Dead Redemption 2 Online, not yet released.
"It will be launched in public beta towards the end of the month, and Rockstar will have more to say about it. We are not making predictions at this time."
Zelnick answered the question of how he thinks Red Dead Online will be compared to the release of GTA Online.
This update might mean that delays will not affect Red Dead Online as well as the original single player experience.
Fans have to weather some changes to the release date and wait for many extra months before they can buy it on the PS4 and Xbox One.
There has also been no news about how the new Red Dead Online beta can expand the size of the game at this time.
There is a possibility that it will be minimal, because Game Rockstar will use maps that have been found in single player campaigns.
A new trailer is expected to be released in the coming days which will explain more about Rockstar's plans.
Until then, making predictions when beta can start is always a little dangerous, but we recommend the last week of November as a good candidate.
Somewhere between Tuesday, November 26 and Thursday, November 28, it seems like a good bet.
The Red Dead Online beta starts later this month
And because Red Dead Online will start as a beta version, many server interruptions are expected during the first month, with a large number of players predicted.
Everyone with copies of games on the PS4 and Xbox One will be able to play online without the need to buy an expansion package.
The only drawback is that both consoles will likely require players to have PS Plus or Xbox Live Gold subscriptions.
This is what Game Rockstar has shared about multiplayer projects so far:
"By using the upcoming Red Dead Redemption 2 gameplay as a foundation, Red Dead Online will be ready to be explored alone or with friends, and will also display constant updates and adjustments to grow and develop this experience for all players.
"Red Dead Online is planned to be launched in November 2018, initially as a public beta, with more news coming soon. Like most online experiences of this size and scale, there will definitely be turmoil when launched."
Rockstar has not confirmed if Red Dead Online will be set before or after the Red Dead 2 event.
What they have confirmed is that they will use some of GTA Online's best content as a framework to use for their own work.
That doesn't mean we will see Red Dead Online seizing in GTA 5 prints, but more they hope to combine narration and games to be something special for a multiplayer experience.
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Speaking to IGN about Red Dead Online, Josh Needleman from Rockstar revealed:
"Red Dead Redemption 2 will take these ideas further and combine them with everything we have learned in the years since that favorite element of Grand Theft Auto Online about how to make a very pleasant and complex competitive and cooperative experience in the open world , and how to introduce narrative elements into multiplayer … "
"Like the story of the single player Arthur Morgan, we want people to adjust their online character and feel like every activity makes sense for character, arrangement, and time. It must feel intimate and personal while still feeling fun and full of action from time to time.
"We have tried to take the best elements and the best content packages from Grand Theft Auto Online and use them for templates for what we make here. We feel that Grand Theft Auto Online really only finds its legs creatively with Heists.
"The package, along with After Hours, The Doomsday Heist, Gun Running, and several others represent the best of Grand Theft Auto Online, and provide templates for what we want to use here, (not in terms of content, of course, but how they combine narrative, game, mode, and other content into a cohesive thematic whole) in addition to all the elements we like from the old multiplayer Red Dead Redemption. "
Take-Two's CEO, Strauss Zelnick, has also provided clues about the scope the company has planned for a new multiplayer experience.
"My belief is that Red Dead Redemption 2 will destroy hope and online experience will also be extraordinary, but not unexpected. And my view is that all great hits, by their nature, are unexpected.
"So that's the purpose. There is hope around the table, here, of course, there is hope in the Rockstar Game, and there is hope from the consumer side. "